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Comic Books on the Web

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This early Net Cafe program looks at comic book web sites. Included are Jonah Weiland's Comic Book Links, Hellblazer, Sandman, DC Universe, Spawn, The Preacher, Swampthng, Hitman, The Tick, Loving Henry, and Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Guests include Alex Curyea, Kristen Brennan, Jhonen Vasquez and Shawn Sanders. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Includes CyberBlast segment, early experiment in downloading software through the television signal. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California. Originally broadcast in 1997.

This movie is part of the collection: Net Cafe

Keywords: comic books; comics

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Reviewer: Framan - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - March 14, 2008
Subject: still relevant
I watched half way through this episode until the stream crashed. It obviously talks about comics on the web. The conversation is still relevant. Unfortunately the web links provided are hopelessly out of date and don't work any more. Pitty, I would have like to see the modern concepts of an old theme.

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